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CEFCO Builds Fourth Prototype Store

CEFCO invites the public to its new, prototype store, as it features the chain’s new c-store design. CEFCO Convenience Stores opened a new store location in Killeen, Texas, Wednesday. The new store is the company’s fourth prototype store, reflecting CEFCO’s latest design for its convenience stores. The stores will provide customers with a stronger shopping

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CEFCO Convenience Stores Finds Scalability With PriceAdvantage

Recently acquired Taylor Food Mart stores using fuel pricing solution. CEFCO Convenience Stores has expanded its partnership chain wide with the addition of the recently acquired Taylor Food Mart stores. The new sites were acquired in January of this year, all of which are now fully implemented with PriceAdvantage, a fuel price management solution. “As

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Fikes Wholesale Acquires Taylor Food Mart

“This agreement truly represents a win-win for all parties involved,” says Fikes Wholesale CEO. Fikes Wholesale Inc., parent company of the 194 location CEFCO Convenience Stores Chain based in Temple, Texas, has successfully acquired the retail interests of 63 Taylor Food Mart Stores from Taylor Petroleum Co. based in Amarillo, Texas. The Taylor Food Marts

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CEFCO Acquires Two Sites in Mississippi

CEFCO Convenience Stores has acquired the retail assets of two sites located in Collinsville and Marion, Miss. Additional terms of the agreement were not disclosed. This acquisition represents the continuation of CEFCO’s aggressive growth pattern, preceded by the August 2011 purchase of the 69‐store Food Fast chain based in Tyler, Texas. Upon the successful completion

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Clean Restrooms Offer Distinct Competitive Advantages

As convenience store operators vie for foodservice customers, they need to ensure they are conveying a safe, sanitary image throughout the store. By Erin Rigik, Associate Editor. When David Miller, president of Chandler Oil Chevron, remodeled his 3,000–square-foot convenience store in Chandler, Ariz. last year, he had design team C7 Works give extra attention to

CEFCO presents a $250,000 donation to Children’s Miracle Network. From left:  Kellie Tiner of Scott & White Children’s Hospital, Raymond Smith of Fikes Wholesale, Jennifer Strelsky, Lesli Cearley of Scott & White Children’s Hospital, Kim Fikes and James Fikes of Fikes Wholesale, Brett Giesick and Steve Keane of CEFCO, Dustin Strelsky and Shane Strelsky. Photo by Skeebo Reichert.

CEFCO Donates $320,000 to Children’s Miracle Network

“Our campaign gave sales associates an opportunity to talk to customers about improvements in our fountain soft drinks while raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals,” says CEFCO senior vice president of marketing. CEFCO Convenience Stores announced at its 10th Annual Hackers‐R‐Us Charity Golf Tournament May 10, 2011 that it has donated a grand total

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